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Six tips for the creative writer

Six tips for the creative writer

By Katherine Stairs | gargoyle@flagler.edu All throughout my high school years, I was in creative writing. These classes were the best out my entire schedule, but it did have its ...

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At the end of Peninsula Avenue

At the end of Peninsula Avenue

By Deanna Silvey | gargoyle@flagler.edu It was such a great sacrifice, because the ocean was his love. In October of 2005 my father retired from the United States Coast Guard. He ...

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Arielle Corsetti: Daily Fashion Inspirations

Arielle Corsetti: Daily Fashion Inspirations

Arielle Corsetti has lived all over the world. From China to Denmark, Corsetti has been influenced by many diverse cultures which affect her every day fashion choices. Take a look ...

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St. Augustine’s travelers: The things they carry

St. Augustine’s travelers: The things they carry

On Washington Street in St. Augustine, men and women sit outside the St. Francis House. They sit close to the things they carry, in fear that they can quickly be taken away. ...

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Growing organic culture

Growing organic culture

Are chemicals a part of your daily diet? ...

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From a Painter’s Perspective: Alex McNutt

From a Painter’s Perspective: Alex McNutt

Alexander McNutt's home is filled to the brim with paintings, sculptures and art supplies. This fine arts major discusses where he draws his inspiration from, and where he sees hi ...

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To Cold Mornings

To Cold Mornings

By Emily Hoover | ehoover@flagler.edu The following is a poem submitted to the Creative Section by Emily Hoover. The Gargoyle is currently accepting submissions of creative works ...

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Carving Your Way

Carving Your Way

By Phil Grech | gargoyle@flagler.edu Did you hear that? It sounded like the closing of a cave door collapsing into the ground from a cave occupied by a cave dweller. It sounded li ...

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Hotel Room

Hotel Room

Submitted by Emily Hoover | ehoover@flagler.edu The following is a poem submitted to the Creative Section by Emily Hoover. The Gargoyle is currently accepting submissions of creat ...

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American Confessions

American Confessions

Submitted by Emily Hoover | ehoover@flagler.edu The following is a poem submitted to the Creative Section by Emily Hoover. The Gargoyle is currently accepting submissions of creat ...

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O Little Armored One

O Little Armored One

Submitted by Emily Hoover | ehoover@flagler.edu The following is a poem submitted to the Creative Section by Emily Hoover. The Gargoyle is currently excepting submissions of creat ...

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The painting from the garbage

The painting from the garbage

By Phil Grech | gargoyle@flagler.edu I have a painting hanging up in my bedroom that I found in the trash about ten years ago. People are always surprised to hear that when I tell ...

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Double your pleasure, live alone

Double your pleasure, live alone

By Emily Hoover My roommate told me that he had friends over while I was gone. This much, I expected. I didn't expect him to sweep or do dishes, which he didn't. When I came back ...

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You’re beautiful, even in the morning

You’re beautiful, even in the morning

By Emily Hoover After ten years in the Navy, complete with ten hour days and even longer nights, Rob simply cannot wake up these days—he is a rock, dead and still. He slams his ha ...

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You are Just a Dollar Sign

You are Just a Dollar Sign

Contributed by Emily Hoover | gargoyle@flagler.edu It's amazing to see how easily they are bought by your blood-stained dollars. They'll sell their soul for a measly $1,500. ...

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To Anxiety

To Anxiety

Contributed by Emily Hoover | gargoyle@flagler.edu Confined by its fetus, it waits beneath sight and sound, it bates. It surfaces as anarchy, conflicting. It attacks as poison, co ...

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